Enûma Eliš
The Enûma Eliš (Akkadian Cuneiform: 𒂊𒉡𒈠𒂊𒇺, also spelled "Enuma Elish"), is the Babylonian creation mythos (named after its opening words). It was recovered by Austen Henry Layard in 1849 (in frag...
The 10th Sumerian Tablet: The Anunnaki Built the Pyramids |
I have no doubt that most of my constant readers know a lot about the arrival of the Anunnaki (literally meaning "those who from heavens to Earth came") on our planet. But for the following piece of h...
Did extraterrestrials create the human species? Ancient texts say Yes ⋆
In many sacred ancient texts, we find stories that speak of the creation of man. Among the most important texts we have the Sumerian, which mention the creation of man and their creators, the Anunnak...
Anunnaki Message Published In UFO Magazine in 1958!
“We are already here, among you. Some of us have always been here, with you, yet apart from, watching, and occasionally guiding you whenever the opportunity arose. Now, however, our numbers have been ...
The Sumerian Anunnaki and the Origin of Mankind
The Sumerian Anunnaki, fact or fiction? Here's a summary of the story behind the myth!
The 14 Tablets of Enki (Former Anunnaki Leader of Planet Earth)
Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Try to learn the valuable lessons from these tablets so we can prevent this current paradigm from happening again.
Panbabylonism
Panbabylonism is a school of thought within Assyriology and Religious studies that considers the Hebrew Bible and Judaism as directly derived from Mesopotamian (Babylonian) mythology. Appearing in the...
The 10th Sumerian Tablet: The Anunnaki Built the Pyramids |
I have no doubt that most of my constant readers know a lot about the arrival of the Anunnaki (literally meaning "those who from heavens to Earth came") on our planet. But for the following piece of h...
Rod-and-ring symbol
The Rod and ring symbol is a symbol that is depicted on Mesopotamian stelas, cylinder seals and reliefs. It is held by a god or goddess and in most cases is being offered to a king who is standing, of...
The 14 Tablets of Enki (Former Anunnaki Leader of Planet Earth)
Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Try to learn the valuable lessons from these tablets so we can prevent this current paradigm from happening again.
Anu
In Sumerian mythology, Anu (also An; from Sumerian 𒀭 An, "sky, heaven") was a sky-god, the god of heaven, lord of constellations, king of gods, spirits and demons, and dwelt in the highest heavenly r...
Mušmaḫḫū
Mušmaḫḫū, inscribed in Sumerian as MUŠ.MAḪ, Akkadian as muš-ma-ḫu, meaning “Exalted/distinguished Serpent,” was an ancient Mesopotamian mythological hybrid of serpent, lion and bird, sometimes identif...
Mummu
Mummu is a Mesopotamian deity. In ancient Sumerian, his name translates to "the one who has awoken".He appeared in the Babylonian creation myth, the Enuma Elish as the vizier of the primeval gods Apsû...
Anshar
In the Babylonian creation myth Enuma Elish, Anshar (also spelled Anshur), which means "sky pivot" or "sky axle", is a sky god. He is the husband of his sister Kishar. They might both represent heaven...
Scorpion man
Scorpion Men are featured in several Akkadian language myths, including the Enûma Elish and the Babylonian version of the Epic of Gilgamesh. They were also known as aqrabuamelu or girtablilu. The Scor...
Bašmu
Bašmu, inscribed in cuneiform as /, “Venomous Snake,” was an ancient Mesopotamian mythological creature, a horned snake with two forelegs and wings and the Akkadian word for the constellation Hydra (t...
Enki
Enki (/ˈɛŋki/; Sumerian: EN.KI(G)𒂗𒆠) is a god in Sumerian mythology, later known as Ea in Akkadian and Babylonian mythology. He was originally patron god of the city of Eridu, but later the influenc...
Ugallu
Ugallu, the “Big Weather-Beast,” inscribed U4/UD.GAL-˹la˺, Akkadian: ūmu rabû, meaning “big day,” was a lion-headed storm-demon and has the feet of a bird who featured on protective amulets and apotro...
Uridimmu
Urdimmu, “Mad/raging Lion,” Sumerian UR.IDIM and giš.pirig.gal = ur-gu-lu-ú = ur-idim-[mu] in the lexical series ḪAR.gud = imrû = ballu, was an ancient Mesopotamian mythical creature in the form of a ...
Marduk
Marduk (Sumerian spelling in Akkadian: AMAR.UTU 𒀫𒌓 "solar calf"; perhaps from MERI.DUG; Biblical Hebrew מְרֹדַךְ Merodach; Greek Μαρδοχαῖος, Mardochaios) was the Babylonian name of a late-generation...
Kusarikku
Kusarikku, “Bull-Man” sometimes inscribed , and sometimes phonetically ku-sa-rik-ku(m), synonymous with the Sumerian 4/gud-alim and perhaps also alim (see below for caveat), was an ancient Mesopotami...
Tablets of Destiny
In Mesopotamian mythology, the Tablet of Destinies (Sumerian: Dup Shimati; not, as frequently misquoted in general works, the Tablets of Destinies) was envisaged as a clay tablet inscribed with cuneif...
Kulullû
Kulullû, inscribed ku6-lú-u18/19-lu, “Fish-Man,” an ancient Mesopotamian mythical monster possibly inherited by Marduk from his father Ea. In later Assyrian mythology he was associated with kuliltu, “...
Umū dabrūtu
Umū dabrūtu, inscribed u4-mi da-ab-ru-ti and meaning “Violent Storms” (lit. “fierce day”) was an ancient Mesopotamian mythical beast, demon or species of creature and one of the eleven monsters create...
Anunnaki
The Anunnaki (also transcribed as: Anunaki, Anunna, Anunnaku, Ananaki and other variations) are a group of deities in ancient Mesopotamian cultures (i.e., Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, and Babylonian)...
Nibiru (Babylonian astronomy)
Nibiru (also transliterated Neberu, Nebiru) is a term in the Akkadian language, translating to "crossing" or "point of transition", especially of rivers, i.e. river crossings or ferry-boats.In Babylon...
Akitu
Akitu or Akitum (Sumerian: EZEN Á.KI.TUM, akiti-šekinku, Á.KI.TI.ŠE.GUR₁₀.KU₅, lit. "the barley-cutting", akiti-šununum, lit. "barley-sowing"; Akkadian: akitu or rêš-šattim, "head...
K.3364
K.3364 is an Assyrian tablet (c. 7th century BC) originally considered to be a fragment of the Enûma Eliš, but later proven to not be. Controversy also exists regarding its translation.
The table...
Sumerian creation myth
The earliest record of the Sumerian creation and flood is found on a single fragmentary tablet excavated in Nippur, sometimes called the Eridu Genesis. It is written in the Sumerian language and dated...
Gaga (god)
Gaga is a minor Babylonian deity featured in the Enûma Eliš. She is sent by Anshar to the forces of Tiamat with the formal announcement of Marduk's readiness to battle Tiamat.
Kingu
Kingu, also spelled Qingu, meaning "unskilled laborer," was a god in Babylonian mythology, and — after the murder of his father Abzu — the consort of the goddess Tiamat, his mother, who wanted to est...